The Ninth Circuit’s recent decision in Kivalina closes the door to nuisance suits seeking monetary relief for damages caused by climate change impacts.
Can EPA administratively trump a pending Court decision by issuing last-minute regulations on logging roads under the Clean Water Act?
The Court granted limited review of Clean Water Act regulation of municipal stormwater systems only to find that all parties agree on the answer to that narrow question is “No.”
How do Total Maximum Daily Load standards account for the vast amount of cross-boundary mercury deposited by air currents?
EPA’s new regulations on cross-state air pollution were rejected by the courts. Will EPA learn from past mistakes in controlling pollution that moves across state boundaries?
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal, district, and appellate levels.
The Section’s Spring Conference will be held on March 21-23 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The committee will assist the Section to implement and develop public service programs.